Having previously been involved with promotional work for Tokyo Drift (including being asked to carry out the drift demo for the official launch in Japan), in 2012 we were heavily involved with the making of Fast and Furious 6.
Julian worked on site at the studios and on location at various sets all over Europe as a Senior Vehicle Technician.
Back at Garage-D we were tasked with a number of roles, including being a leading vehicle supplier for numerous scenes, suppyling many background props and even building a number of featured vehicles.
We can regularly be seen at drift demos and events all over Europe, these include but are not limited to:
Japfest - Europe's largest annual car show
Rudskogen round of Gatebil located in Norway
Wheelsfest located in Switzerland plus many more.
If you have a show, open day, corporate event etc that you would like us to attend, please get in contact.
In 2015 we were asked to help with the creation of the new ‘Need For Speed’ video game.
As well as supplying the vast majority of props and background cars for most of the filmed cut scenes, Julian was also tasked with carrying out ‘drift manoeuvres’ in the tight confines of an underground London car park.As you can see in the video he pulled it off in style and if you listen to the end you can even hear Ken Block voice his approval!